Elefant Gold-Plated Commemorative

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Description

Begin your Tiger Tank Collection by owning, 'Elefant,' part of an exciting, five-piece commemorative collection. Luxuriously plated in 24-carat gold, this exclusive commemorative accentuates the fascination with Tigers that has continued to escalate and overshadow other tanks since 1945. The reverse features an engraving of the Elefant, originally named the 'Ferdinand' , against strong purple artwork. We are working in partnership with The Tank Museum to bring you this exciting collection and the obverse features their logo in jet black, surrounded by the names of all five Tiger Tanks in the collection. When you order today, you will also be supporting the ongoing work of the Tank Museum and their commitment to educating people on the history of tanks.

Specification

  • Finish: Proof - Like
  • Base metal: Iron
  • Plating: .999 Gold
  • Diameter: 44mm

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Delivery

🎄 Please use our ‘Special Delivery by 1pm' service for Christmas Delivery, any order placed with other shipping options are not guaranteed for Christmas.

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Delivery takes 3-5 working days | Sent via The Royal Mail



Orders over £50.00: FREE
Orders under £5.00: £3.99

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